Repositioning a Photo by dragging on the image fails completely,
or creates a duplicate component depending on the browser.
Normally authors can drag a Photo component to a new position on
a page by dragging any part of the component or image.
We have now observed dragging the Photo by the image and not the
border will often fail, or in some browsers will actually produce a
duplicate instance of the component.
- Dragging by the image fails in Chrome 53/54 and FireFox
- Dragging by the image works in IE 11; however, the Photo
component is duplicated, with the original staying where it was and
a new copy appearing in the desired position.
We have forwarded this to Adobe.
As a workaround, and general best practice, when dragging to
rearrange a Photo component on the page, first click the component
and then drag from the border (or right click to use copy or cut
and paste to avoid dragging altogether).
Dragging the actual photo in IE will add a second copy of the
component to the page. Dragging the photo in other browsers will
give feedback that implies it is working but not actually
reposition the component.
NB. best practice is to ALWAYS drag a component by its